Converse follows on from its lenticular Chuck 70 Hi with yet another pair in a bold colorway, this time around covering the iconic sneaker in premium snakeskin-debossed leather.
Offered up in an “Enamel Blue/Print Python” colorway, the Chuck 70 Hi seen above is arguably one of Converse’s most premium designs to date. Instead of printing on top of canvas, the footwear brand has constructed the upper from supple and soft leather, leaving just the tongue and heel stripe exposed in white canvas.
Plenty of original design elements feature alongside the brave new colorway, such as its silver-toned metal eyelets that run the full length of the placket, its leather All Star badge on the medial, and its “Egret” colored sole unit. It’s said that the sole unit features more cushioning than ever before in this pair, while a signature mix of red, navy, and black has been used to detail the midsole, with the latter highlighting the license plate on the heel.
Converse’s Chuck 70 Hi in “Enamel Blue/Print Python” can be purchased from stockists such as Sivasdescalzo for the premium price of €150 EUR (approx. $180 USD). Take a closer look at the pair above.
For more luxury staples, check out the soon-releasing Nike Dunk Hi “Football Grey.”
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